Operation Lone Wolf has 3 scorestreaks for you to use. A radar, a bomber plane and a bomb you can control falling down on the map.
You can chose to deploy with any of the 23 primary weapons you have unlocked with in-game currency. Your secondary weapon is based on the primary weapon you select to deploy with. You can buy optics or silencers for certain weapons. Operation Lone Wolf has 5 different weapon catogories: Submachine guns, rifles, sniper rifles, shotguns, and others(wich includes weapons that can't be classified in one of the other catogories).
Playing with a weapon will increase your weapon level. Each weapon level gives you an upgrade point to use on that weapon. You can upgrade damage, recoil and fire rate.
You can select 3 perks from a list of 18 different perks to make your character the way you want, so everyone can have a different play style. You can for example: Increase Health regeneration speed, increase hipfire accuracy, increace sprint speed etc. You unlock perks by leveling up your player.
Operation Lone Wolf has an easy to use serverbrowser. You can create games yourself very fast by selecting the gamemode, the map and the max amount of players. We want you to be able to join or create a game as fast as possible.
There are also Bots in the game, so you can try to improve your skills, or play without an internet connection. You can also earn money and XP, or complete challenges in PvE.
When you get to level 3, a weapon skin shop is unlocked to buy skins for your weapons. Skins can only be bought with in-game money, which is earned by getting kills or assists, completing challenges, and winning games.
Operation Lone Wolf is a multiplayer first person shooter, set in the second world war. You can play with up to 10 players, in different free for all gamemodes. At the moment this game has 9 gamemodes, including: standard free for all, gungame, sniper, shotgun and pistol-only, a realistic, no HUD gamemode and more. You can play on 11 different maps, set on all kinds of locations. Operation Lone Wolf has small maps, and big, more open maps so there are many gameplay options available for the players. This game is not trying to be a realistic representation of WW2, but more of an arcade, fast paced shooter, in which having fun is the main goal. Post launch updates like new maps, new gamemodes etc. will all be free, and there are no in-game purchases in Operation Lone Wolf.